The Debrider is Disposable,
The Benefits Are Not

The world’s first disposable sinus debrider is flexible enough to be used in virtually any treatment room, and powerful enough to perform up to your high standards. CELERIS™ Disposable Sinus Debrider offers versatility, simplicity, and cost-effectiveness by reducing the maintenance and capital equipment expenses of a full debrider system, allowing your practice to streamline patient care.1

Until now, using debrider technology means either vying for time in the OR, which is time-consuming and inconvenient—or owning a large scale debriding system, which is expensive and inefficient.

The CELERIS system was designed to change everything with the world’s first disposable sinus debrider.

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Save time while reducing costs

The CELERIS system is fully disposable, saving you time and money by eliminating handpiece reprocessing costs and servicing fees.

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Four CELERIS options

Comprehensive Portfolio

The CELERIS system offers four options covering the majority of your clinic surgery needs.

  • 2 mm & 4 mm bipolar
  • 4 mm standard
  • 4 mm malleable
Hands holding a debrider, which is bent

Inventory Management

Just one device replaces multiple blades.The Malleable device can be bent up to 60 degrees.1

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Hands holding a debrider with the bipolar energy option

Manage Incidental Bleeding

Bipolar energy available on the 2 mm and 4 mm devices enables you to manage incidental bleeding without instrument exchange.1

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Plug & Play

The quick and easy plug & play setup the CELERIS system allows you and your staff more time for patient care.

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Perform at a Higher Level

Malleable Device

Malleable Device

One blade, multiple angles

The bendable tip gives you the flexibility you need to reach more places without needing to switch blades mid-procedure.1

Bipolar Energy

Bipolar Energy

Manage incidental bleeding in one device

The CELERIS system 2 mm and 4 mm bipolar options allow you to manage incidental bleeding without instrument exchange.1

As with all electrosurgery instruments, inappropriate use can cause damage to tissue, both electrically and thermally.

Reduce Costs

In addition to helping you save time, the CELERIS system is intended to create new opportunities for cost savings.

That’s because when you don’t have debrider reprocessing and maintenance fees there is potential for financial savings.

The CELERIS system gives your practice all the advantages of a powerful debrider— without any of the financial burden of owning and maintaining an expensive system.

Treat More Patients

Due to its disposable nature, there’s virtually no setup or breakdown time, freeing you to see more patients each day.1

Designed for More Noses in Less Time
Treatment room

Procedures that once would have required an O.R. setting can now be completed in just about any treatment room.1

Wall outlet

Any standard wall outlet allows you to plug in and perform wherever you choose.

Hand plugging in system.

Easy setup of small-footprint, reusable power pack.

Hands holding device.

Fully disposable device, no time spent reprocessing.


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Designed for More Noses in Less Time

Energy Offering

CELON ELITE is a radiofrequency based power control unit that incorporates multiple functions into a single device.

  • The intelligent tissue monitoring allows precise and safe tissue ablation for a variety of ENT indications.2,3
  • This energy device can also be used to perform standard electrosurgery in the ENT office or operating room.
  • The settings can be personalized which simplifies the everyday work routine for the ENT specialist and medical staff.

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1. Data on file (DN0047421 DVS)

2. Selected surgical managements in snoring and obstructive sleep apnea patients. Olszewska E, Rutkowska J, Czajkowska A, et al. Med Sci Monit. 2012 Jan;18(1):CR13-18.

3. Bipolar radiofrequency-induced thermotherapy of turbinate hypertrophy: pilot study and 20 months’ follow-up. Seeger J, Zenev E, Gundlach P, et al. Laryngoscope. 2003 Jan;113(1):130-5